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‘Crazy for You’ @ Signature Theatre
Nov 13 all-day
‘Crazy for You’ @ Signature Theatre
12:00 am
The music of the famous Gershwin brothers guides this Tony Award-winning holiday spectacular. When a banker heads to a small town to foreclose on its theater, his love of music causes him to revive it instead. This decision leads to mistaken identities, a love story and a whole lot of 1930s flair that audiences will[...]
‘Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe’ @ Newseum
12:00 am
Newseum brings back one of its most popular exhibits in honor of JFK’s 100th birthday. More than 70 images from the Kennedys’ personal photographer, Jacques Lowe, will be on display. Lowe’s photos created the legend of the Kennedy presidency known as “Camelot,” showcasing the public and private life of one of America’s most famous families in[...]
Nov 13 all-day
‘Nina Simone: Four Women’ @ Arena Stage
12:00 am
Nina Simone’s voice was a pillar of the Civil Rights Movement, and this production explores the profound effect that the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963 had on Simone, her work and the nation. Featuring some of the singer’s most powerful songs, audiences will be inspired by playwright Christina Ham’s journey into the psyche[...]
‘Posing for the Camera – Gifts from Robert B. Menschel’ @ National Gallery of Art
12:00 am
More than 60 photographs from the collection of Robert B. Menschel will be on display at the National Gallery of Art for this exhibition. Inside, visitors will discover how posing for a portrait changed as the medium evolved. Works in the exhibit stretch from the 1840s to the 1990s, and include portraits of famous figures such as[...]
‘Top Girls’ @ The Keegan Theatre
Nov 13 all-day
‘Top Girls’ @ The Keegan Theatre
12:00 am
Winner of the 1983 Obie Award for Best Play, Top Girls addresses issues of feminism and family ties. Five women from the past are invited to a dinner party hosted by Marlene, the manager of the ‘Top Girls’ employment agency. The surreal scene includes an adventurer, a dedicated wife and even a transvestite Pope, as playwright Caryl[...]
An Act of God @ Signature Theatre
Nov 13 all-day
An Act of God @ Signature Theatre
12:00 am
David Javerbaum, winner of 13 Emmys (11 of which came during his time with The Daily Show), crafted this hilarious comedy about divine intervention. God returns to Earth, and he’s taken the form of DC actor Tom Story. With archangels in tow, God provides a new set of Ten Commandments to unsuspecting Earthlings, and plenty of[...]
Antony and Cleopatra @ Folger Theatre
Nov 13 all-day
Antony and Cleopatra @ Folger Theatre
12:00 am
Folger Theatre will present this epic Shakespeare production in-the-round this fall. Mark Antony is at the height of his powers, but unable to decide between his torrid love affair with Cleopatra in Egypt and his duty to the Roman Empire. Filled with politics, romance and war, Antony and Cleopatra promises to be one of the most intense[...]
Nov 13 all-day
DC Cocktail Week
12:00 am
Dozens of DC restaurants will participate in this celebration of mixology curated by the Restaurant Assocation Metropolitan Washington. DC Cocktail Week will showcase innovative drinks, letting local bartenders put their creative brains to work. These tasty creations will be paired with dishes to inspire flavor explosions that you will not want to miss. Local distilleries like Green Hat are[...]
Edvard Munch: Color in Context @ National Gallery of Art
Nov 13 all-day
Edvard Munch: Color in Context @ National Gallery of Art
12:00 am
Responsible for one of modern art’s most famous paintings, Edvard Munch was a Norwegian painter with strong ties to German Expressionism. The National Gallery of Art opens an exhibit containing 21 of his works on Sunday, Sept. 3, showcasing how Munch used color to invoke psychology and the spiritual world. Hours 
Nov 13 all-day
FotoWeekDC
12:00 am
Celebrating fine art photography, photojournalism, world-class artists and up-and-coming shutterbugs, FotoWeek DC returns to inspire all through powerful imagery, marking the 10th anniversary of the festival. Marvel at more than 150 programs, exhibits and events throughout the city, or submit your photos for competition. An opening party will be held at the FotoWeek’s central campus at 2801[...]
Mean Girls @ The National Theatre
Nov 13 all-day
Mean Girls @ The National Theatre
12:00 am
The classic film from 2004 gets a musical adaptation this fall, with its pre-Broadway run launching in DC. Crafted by Tina Fey, with music written by her husband, Jeff Richmond, this production is sure to take the tale of Cady Heron and The Plastics to all-new heights. Tickets will be in very high demand, so[...]
The Book of Mormon @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Nov 13 all-day
The Book of Mormon @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
12:00 am
One of the most renowned musicals of the last decade, The Book of Mormon is a Tony Award-winning tale of two Mormon missionaries in Africa penned by the kings of irreverence, Trey Parker and Matt Stone (creators of South Park). Watch two knuckleheads stagger through misadventures and awkward situations as they attempt to spread the Word. Tickets
The Second City Presents ‘Nothing to Lose (But Our Chains)’ @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre
12:00 am
Comedian Felonious Munk stars in this hilarious production that incorporates his own harrowing backstory. From the creators of last year’s Black Side of the Moon, which was a huge hit for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, comes this tale of an African-American man who went from six years in prison to a six-figure job to a career[...]
Washington National Opera: ‘Alcina’ @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Nov 13 all-day
Washington National Opera: ‘Alcina’ @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
12:00 am
This tale of Alcina, a sorceress who, when tired of her subjects, turns them into stone or beasts, will bring all kinds of magic to the Kennedy Center this November. Handel’s baroque opera also concerns the knight Ruggiero, who has the power to overcome Alcina’s cruelty. Eisenhower Theater hosts this tale of enchantment, seduction and fantasy. Tickets
‘Crazy for You’ @ Signature Theatre
Nov 14 all-day
‘Crazy for You’ @ Signature Theatre
12:00 am
The music of the famous Gershwin brothers guides this Tony Award-winning holiday spectacular. When a banker heads to a small town to foreclose on its theater, his love of music causes him to revive it instead. This decision leads to mistaken identities, a love story and a whole lot of 1930s flair that audiences will[...]
‘Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe’ @ Newseum
12:00 am
Newseum brings back one of its most popular exhibits in honor of JFK’s 100th birthday. More than 70 images from the Kennedys’ personal photographer, Jacques Lowe, will be on display. Lowe’s photos created the legend of the Kennedy presidency known as “Camelot,” showcasing the public and private life of one of America’s most famous families in[...]
Nov 14 all-day
‘Nina Simone: Four Women’ @ Arena Stage
12:00 am
Nina Simone’s voice was a pillar of the Civil Rights Movement, and this production explores the profound effect that the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing of 1963 had on Simone, her work and the nation. Featuring some of the singer’s most powerful songs, audiences will be inspired by playwright Christina Ham’s journey into the psyche[...]
‘Posing for the Camera – Gifts from Robert B. Menschel’ @ National Gallery of Art
12:00 am
More than 60 photographs from the collection of Robert B. Menschel will be on display at the National Gallery of Art for this exhibition. Inside, visitors will discover how posing for a portrait changed as the medium evolved. Works in the exhibit stretch from the 1840s to the 1990s, and include portraits of famous figures such as[...]
‘Top Girls’ @ The Keegan Theatre
Nov 14 all-day
‘Top Girls’ @ The Keegan Theatre
12:00 am
Winner of the 1983 Obie Award for Best Play, Top Girls addresses issues of feminism and family ties. Five women from the past are invited to a dinner party hosted by Marlene, the manager of the ‘Top Girls’ employment agency. The surreal scene includes an adventurer, a dedicated wife and even a transvestite Pope, as playwright Caryl[...]
‘Twelfth Night’ @ Sidney Harman Hall
Nov 14 all-day
‘Twelfth Night’ @ Sidney Harman Hall
12:00 am
One of The Bard’s greatest heroines comes to life on the stage of Sidney Harman Hall courtesy of Shakespeare Theatre Company. Twelfth Night is the tale of Viola, who shipwrecks on the coast of Illyria and quickly disguises herself as an assistant for one Duke Orsino. Soon enough, Viola is immersed in a love triangle, running into other[...]
An Act of God @ Signature Theatre
Nov 14 all-day
An Act of God @ Signature Theatre
12:00 am
David Javerbaum, winner of 13 Emmys (11 of which came during his time with The Daily Show), crafted this hilarious comedy about divine intervention. God returns to Earth, and he’s taken the form of DC actor Tom Story. With archangels in tow, God provides a new set of Ten Commandments to unsuspecting Earthlings, and plenty of[...]
Antony and Cleopatra @ Folger Theatre
Nov 14 all-day
Antony and Cleopatra @ Folger Theatre
12:00 am
Folger Theatre will present this epic Shakespeare production in-the-round this fall. Mark Antony is at the height of his powers, but unable to decide between his torrid love affair with Cleopatra in Egypt and his duty to the Roman Empire. Filled with politics, romance and war, Antony and Cleopatra promises to be one of the most intense[...]
Nov 14 all-day
DC Cocktail Week
12:00 am
Dozens of DC restaurants will participate in this celebration of mixology curated by the Restaurant Assocation Metropolitan Washington. DC Cocktail Week will showcase innovative drinks, letting local bartenders put their creative brains to work. These tasty creations will be paired with dishes to inspire flavor explosions that you will not want to miss. Local distilleries like Green Hat are[...]
Edvard Munch: Color in Context @ National Gallery of Art
Nov 14 all-day
Edvard Munch: Color in Context @ National Gallery of Art
12:00 am
Responsible for one of modern art’s most famous paintings, Edvard Munch was a Norwegian painter with strong ties to German Expressionism. The National Gallery of Art opens an exhibit containing 21 of his works on Sunday, Sept. 3, showcasing how Munch used color to invoke psychology and the spiritual world. Hours 
Nov 14 all-day
FotoWeekDC
12:00 am
Celebrating fine art photography, photojournalism, world-class artists and up-and-coming shutterbugs, FotoWeek DC returns to inspire all through powerful imagery, marking the 10th anniversary of the festival. Marvel at more than 150 programs, exhibits and events throughout the city, or submit your photos for competition. An opening party will be held at the FotoWeek’s central campus at 2801[...]
Mean Girls @ The National Theatre
Nov 14 all-day
Mean Girls @ The National Theatre
12:00 am
The classic film from 2004 gets a musical adaptation this fall, with its pre-Broadway run launching in DC. Crafted by Tina Fey, with music written by her husband, Jeff Richmond, this production is sure to take the tale of Cady Heron and The Plastics to all-new heights. Tickets will be in very high demand, so[...]
The Book of Mormon @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Nov 14 all-day
The Book of Mormon @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
12:00 am
One of the most renowned musicals of the last decade, The Book of Mormon is a Tony Award-winning tale of two Mormon missionaries in Africa penned by the kings of irreverence, Trey Parker and Matt Stone (creators of South Park). Watch two knuckleheads stagger through misadventures and awkward situations as they attempt to spread the Word. Tickets
The Second City Presents ‘Nothing to Lose (But Our Chains)’ @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre
12:00 am
Comedian Felonious Munk stars in this hilarious production that incorporates his own harrowing backstory. From the creators of last year’s Black Side of the Moon, which was a huge hit for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, comes this tale of an African-American man who went from six years in prison to a six-figure job to a career[...]
Washington National Opera: ‘Alcina’ @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Nov 14 all-day
Washington National Opera: ‘Alcina’ @ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
12:00 am
This tale of Alcina, a sorceress who, when tired of her subjects, turns them into stone or beasts, will bring all kinds of magic to the Kennedy Center this November. Handel’s baroque opera also concerns the knight Ruggiero, who has the power to overcome Alcina’s cruelty. Eisenhower Theater hosts this tale of enchantment, seduction and fantasy. Tickets
Nov 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
‘Beautiful Blooms: Flowering Plants on Stamps’ @ National Postal Museum
10:00 am
The National Postal Museum highlights the role of the flowering plant on U.S. postage stamps over the last 50 years in this new exhibit. See developmental and final artwork that shows how important design artwork is to the completion and production of a postage stamp. Common artistic themes, like the relationship between flowering plants and bees, will[...]